Wooden Mallets are a great project for both beginner and experienced woodworkers. In this video I make a wooden dead blow mallet out of some plywood and lead shot.
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Making a handle for an old hammer head that was lying around. The eye of the hammer has a peculiar taper which had to be accommodated with wedges, so we’ll see if it holds up over time. The handle is made of ash and most of the shaping is done with rasps and a spokeshave.
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